The Shenandoah Civil War Associates presented the 1864 Overland Campaign, June 15-18, 2007. We toured the battlefields of the Wilderness, Spotsylvania Court House, North Anna and Cold Harbor led by outstanding historians including Gordon Rhea, Jeffry Wert, Eric Wittenberg, and Robert E. L. Krick.
|12:00||-||1:00||Check In at JMU, Ashby Hall or Taylor Hall, Room 404|
|1:00||-||1:15||Welcome by Dr. John Noftsinger, Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs and Public Service, JMU, Taylor Room 404|
of the Titans. An Overview of the Overland Campaign"
|2:30||-||3:15||Book Signing - Sponsored by the JMU Bookstore, Taylor Hall, Room 404|
Operations in the Overland Campaign"
and Banquet - Address by Jeffry Wert
"The State of the Armies in 1864" at The College Center - JMU
|7:45||-||Bus Picks up those staying at Comfort Inn|
|8:00||-||Depart Ashby Hall|
Wilderness Battlefield with Gordon Rhea, Jeffry Wert,
|Box Lunch - Chancellorsville Visitor Center|
|Continue Wilderness Battlefield tour|
|Travel to Spotsylvania Battlefield|
|Tour Spotsylvania Battlefield|
|Tour Rich Mountain, led by Hunter Lesser|
|5:30||-||Arrive Confort Inn - Southpoint|
|7:00||-||Dinner - UNO Chicago Grill|
|8:00||-||Depart Comfort Inn|
|Tour North Anna Battlefield. Meet Robert E. L. Krick|
|Lunch enroute to Cold Harbor|
|Tour Cold Harbor Battlefield|
|Travel to Staunton|
|Dinner Mrs. Rowe's Restaurant|
|Return to Harrisonburg, Ashby Hall and Comfort Inn|
of supplying Food to Armies on the Move"
Dr. Danielle Torisky - Taylor 404
|Roundtable discussion with presenters and participants|
|Farewell Lunch - Taylor Hall|
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